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Started running in Mar '03, but didn't do first race until Dec '03. I joined Ayr Seaforth in Sept '05 so I could run the team events in local relays. In 2006 I got more involved with the club building the webpage and contributing to the forum. With the organisation of Ayrshire Interclub events in 2007, I spoke to Scott (Hannkies) at Interclub endurance session who persuaded me to go to Saturday Dean sessions at Killie. After London marathon, I decided to become 2nd Claim Kilmarnock. In Oct '07, I then decided to become 1st Claim Killie as I was doing all my training there.

Although I'm still a member of Kilmarnock Harriers, I now train mainly by myself, spending 2 nights coaching at the club. I race a bit more now as a replacement for Sessions and I look forward to new races and challenges.
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Moray Marathon Madness Sep 2016
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General 8.7mi 1:07:27
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General 7mi 53:47
29th Jan
General 3.6mi 25:31
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General 3.7mi 23:12
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General 3.6mi 29:26
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